- Source:Chalkley's Chronicles
|Maxwell, Alex.||1:134||MAY 19, 1767||Page (65) Alexr. Maxwell, servant of John Henderson.||Most likely the same person, but too young to be Alexander son of John (88). Identity unknown
|1:204||MARCH 16, 1778|| Joseph Crouch recommended as Captain, Alexr. Maxwell as Lieutenant, and Patrick Hamilton as Ensign.
|1:215||15 August 1780||Alexander Maxwell qualified Deputy Sheriff||Index gives this entry as on p. 206.
|Maxwell, Grizzy||1:423||1805||Boswell vs. Boswell.--Plaintiff was Elizabeth Slusher, daughter of Conrad Slusher. Depositions to be taken, 13th July, 1805, in Abingdon, of Robert Kincaid, James and Samuel Vance, Robert E. Cummins, Rev. Charles Cummins, Thomas Moffett, Philip Kesner and wife, Sarah Fink, Bartholomew Baker and wife, Hannah Baker, James Maxwell, John Collins and wife, William King and John Nutty. Depositions of James Maxwell and Grizzy, his wife. Deposition of John Kistner and Rachael, his wife. Deposition of Sarah Fink, formerly Sarah Cunningham. Deposition of Sarah Baker, wife of Bartholomew Baker. Deposition of Hannah Baker, daughter of Bartholomew Baker.
|Maxwell, James||1:423||1805||Boswell vs. Boswell.--Plaintiff was Elizabeth Slusher, daughter of Conrad Slusher. Depositions to be taken, 13th July, 1805, in Abingdon, of Robert Kincaid, James and Samuel Vance, Robert E. Cummins, Rev. Charles Cummins, Thomas Moffett, Philip Kesner and wife, Sarah Fink, Bartholomew Baker and wife, Hannah Baker, James Maxwell, John Collins and wife, William King and John Nutty. Depositions of James Maxwell' and Grizzy, his wife. Deposition of John Kistner and Rachael, his wife. Deposition of Sarah Fink, formerly Sarah Cunningham. Deposition of Sarah Baker, wife of Bartholomew Baker. Deposition of Hannah Baker, daughter of Bartholomew Baker.
|1:470||Augusts 1764 Court,|
|James Cathey to Samuel Smith, debtor: September 22. 1736.--
October 23, Mr. Adam Thompson, debtor to same, January 18. William
Robinson's account, debtor to Samuel Smith, 1739--April 4, one almanac.
Richard Wood's ditto, ditto, 1738. Mrs. Margaret McDowell, ditto, 1737--
June 14. Mrs. Mary McDowell, ditto, 1737--January 17, three yards ribbon
to sister. Mr. Michael Woods, ditto, 1738--October 7, one dozen catechisms.
1739--Credit by six foxes, seven raccoons, and one beaver. John Maxwell,
ditto. Samuel Woods, ditto. 1734--11 1/4 yards masquerade, 31/; 7 1/2 yards
sagathee, 32/6. 1735--June 26, credit by 36/ discounted with his son,
Richard, by Michael Woods. Michael Woods, formerly of Pextunk, ditto,
1733--February 12; 1734--March 28. Francis Beaty, ditto, 1735--October
16, To 2/4 1/2 in goods more than J. Catherwood's order; 1738--May 1,
Credit by William Smiley. John Christian, ditto, 1737--February 22, To
James Cook for a gunlock. Robert Christian, ditto, 1733-1734-1735-1736--
Account; 1733--Credit by order on Treasury for two wolfs' heads; 1734--
August 17, By making a coat and britches, 13/; 1736--Credit, October 13,
by cash of John; by James Boyle; 1748-9--February 17, Then Robert
Christian paid me £1.13.4 Virginia money in part of above debt. (Signed)
William Anderson. Samuel Doak, ditto, balance of account given in. Randall
McDaniel, ditto. William Hutchinson, ditto. George Hutchinson,
ditto. Robert Cunningham, ditto. Alexander Crawford's note, ditto. Above
accounts sworn to, 13th October, 1743, in Philadelphia County, Pa., by Samuel
Smith, late of Lancaster County. Thomas Renick deposes: On 1st September,
1750, in Staunton, in cause Smith vs. Beatey, that about eight years
ago, at his own house, he saw Smith, the plaintiff, and Robert Buchanan, the
then sheriff of Lancaster County, and Smith acknowledged having attached
and sold Beatey's effects and received satisfaction.
|Could be John 88 or John 89
|Maxwell, John|| 1:20||16 July 1746||(70) John Maxwell and William Thompson to make road from the Co. Ho. to Tinkling Spring.||Location suggests John (88) or John (89), most likey John (89)||person:John Maxwell (89)
|||JUNE, 1747.||Charles Clendenning vs. Thomas Anderson.--Attachment dated 14th February, 1745, levied in hands of John Maxwell--40 sh., paper money, due defendant from estate of James Brackenridge, late of this County, and I am informed of a certain tract of land joining the plantation of Alexr. Brackenridge, deceased, belonging to said James Brackenridge.||JOhn (89) owned land adjacent to the Brecenridge's on Beverley's Manor||person:John Maxwell (89)
|1:435||14th May, 1750.||Examination of John Maxwell and James McDowell, as to the death of Edward Hogan, taken 14th May, 1750. John says: On Sunday, 13th May, 1750, he, with Edward Hogan and James McDowell, being at the house of James Greenlee, went over the main branch of James River in a canoe to a place of James McDowell, and on their return the canoe overset and they fell out into the river. John swam ashore and McDowell stuck by the canoe, and after some time got on its bottom by which he saved himself. John and James stripped themselves and made every effort to save Hogan, but were unable. James McDowell says the same. John Carmichael testifies. James Frazier testifies. John Fetter Soling testifies. One, Salix, fetched him the news. William Frazier.||By 1750 John (89) has moved to the Forks of the James where McDowell and Greenlee lived||person:John Maxwell (89)
|||AUGUST, 1750 ||Samuel Smith vs. Beaty.--Mr. Michael Woods, formerly of Paxtunk, Pennsylvania. Account dated 1733. Thomas Renich, on 1st September, 1750, deposed: About 8 years ago, at his own house, he saw and spoke with said Smith and Robert Buchanan, the then Sheriff of Lancaster County. He heard Smith (then merchant at Connoy) say, &c., several accounts: Smith vs. James Cathey, 1737; Smith vs. Adam Thomson, 1736-7-8; Smith vs. William Robinson, 1739; Smith vs. Richard Woods, 1738; Smith vs. Mrs. Margaret McDowell, 1737; Smith vs. Mrs. Mary McDowell, 1737; Smith vs. Michael Woods, 1738-9; Smith vs. John Maxwell; Smith vs. Samuel Woods, 1734-5-8; Smith vs. Francis Beaty, 1735-6; Smith vs. John Christian, 1737; Smith vs. Robert Christian, 1733-4-5-6 Smith vs. Randell McDaniel; Smith vs. William Hutchinson; Smith vs. George Hutchinson. All sworn to by Samuel Smith, late of County of Lancaster, before a Justice, in Philadelphia, 13th October, 1743.||This suggests that the Maxwell's passed through Connoy, western Old Lancaster County, where Smith was a merchant, on their way to Augusta. Most likely John (88)||person:John Maxwell (88)
|42 1:42||AUGUST 29, 1750||Mary, wife of John Maxwell, relinquished dower in deed John M.--to Robt. Breckinridge.||person:John Maxwell (89)
|53 1:53||AUGUST 19, 1752|| James Campbell, qualified Captain of Foot; John Maxwell, qualified Captain of Troop of Horse; Robert Renix, qualified Cap. of Troop of Horse; John Poage, qualified Cap. of Troop of Horse; James Edmondson, qualified Cap. of Troop of Horse; John Hogshead, qualified Cap. of Troop of Horse; Mathew Edmondson, qualified Cornet; Adam Harmon, qualified Cap. of a Troop of Horse; George Anderson, qualified Cap. of Troop of Horse; Augustine Price, qualified Lieut. of a Troop of Horse; Jacob Harmon, qualified Cornet.|| person:John Maxwell (89)
|60 1:60|| NOVEMBER 23, 1753||John Mathews to be overseer of road from North Fork of James River, near John Mathew's, to Renix's Road, with these workers: Henry Brown, John Smiley, James Trimble, John Berriford, James Edmondson, Wm. Edmondson, Michael Finney, Wm. Holdman, Stephen Arnold, Hugh Means, John Harger, Wm. Scot, Edward Bishop, Alexr. McCorkall, Pat. McCorkall, Henry Fuller, Joseph Pain, Edwd. Baley, James Baley, John Peter Salling, Jas. Simpson, James Wolson, Alexr. Beggs, John Mathews, Joshua Mathews, John Maxwell, Jas. Frazier, John Hutcheson, Senr., John Hutcheson, Jr., George Sailing, Richd. Beton, Wm. Boil, John Sprowl, John Smith, Saml. McClure, John Smiley, John McCuley, Richd. Mathews, Sampson Mathews, Daniel Sancion, Saml. Paxton, Wm. Paxton, John Oleston, Samuel Oleston, Saml. Walker.||many of those on this list can be matched with persons in the Natural Bridge area||person:John Maxwell (89)
|62 1:62||MARCH 23, 1754.||Road ordered from Campbell's School House to Renix's Road--Saml. Walker, overseer--with these workers: William Bradshaw, John Maxwell, James Frazier, John McColley, John Peter and George Salley, Henry Fuller, Joseph Ryan, John Hutchings, John Hutchings, Jr., John Sprowl, Mathew Vance, Richard Benton, Wm. Burt, John Smith, Joseph Smith, John Allison, Wm. Byers, Richard Mathews, Sampson Mathews, Saml. Walker, Thos. Shaw, Stephen Arnold, John Peteet, Wm. Noble, Saml. Allison.
|317 1:317||NOVEMBER, 1757 ||Maxwell vs. Allen.--John Maxwell was Captain of a Company in 1756 and called out Allen, one of his Company, to go against the Indians, but Allen refused and Maxwell sues qui tam Malcomb Allen. Maxwell denies he ever made out the writ.||person:John Maxwell (89)
|86 1:86||MAY 20, 1760.||Hugh Thompson has lost his reason, and Bryce Russell and Andrew Leeper are appointed to take care of his estate. John Maxwell, qualified Captain of Militia.||person:John Maxwell (89)
|1:446|| 23d November, 1762. ||William Fleming and John Maxwell, recognizee for William's appearance. William was a carpenter.
|1:107||JUNE 21, 1763||New Commission--John Chiswell, John Buchanan, John Wilson, Silas Hart, Andrew Lewis, James Lockhart, Richard Woods, Robert Breckinridge, Patrick Martin, Wm. Preston, Alexr. Sayers, John Bowyer, John Dickenson, John Christian, Francis Tyler, Daniel Smith, John Archer, James Buchanan, Archd. Alexander, Israel Christian, Mathew Patton, John Maxwell, John Poage, James Lockridge, Felix Gilbert, Abraham Smith, James Trimble, Charles Lewis, Samuel McDowell, George Moffett, Benj. Hawkins, Francis Kirtley, Andrew Bird--dated 16 April, 1763.
JUNE 19, 1764.|| John Maxwell refused to swear in as Justice.
|1:124||OCTOBER 16, 1765.||Mary, wife of John Maxwell, private examination commission.
|1:125||OCTOBER 17, 1765.||John Maxwell and one other and 200 acres added to tithables.
|1:157||JUNE 22, 1769.||Following recommended for appointment as Justices. Matthew Harrison, William Ingles, William Christian, George Mathews, John McClenachan, James Robertson, Stephen Trigg, William Horbert, Philip Love, Anthony Bledsoe, John Bowman, John Thomas, Roberl Doage and John Montgomery. The following to be left off and reasons given to the Governor by the Clerk: John Chizwell, John Wilson, John Archer, Alexr. Boyd, David Robinson, Benj. Estill, John Maxwell, Charles Lewis. Andrew Bird, Richard Woods.
|1:158||AUGUST 16, 1769.||Following recommended as Justices, viz: Mat. Harrison, Wm. Ingles, Wm. Christian, George Mathews, John McClenachan, James Robertson, Stephen Trigg, Wm. Herbert, Philip Love, Anthony Bledsoe, John Bowman, John Thomas, Robert Doage, John Montgomery, Alexr. Thompson, James Craig, Waiter Crockett, Andrew Lockridge, Walter Cunningham and James McGavock. The following to be left off, reasons to be given by the Clerk and former order discharged, viz: John Chiswell, John Buchanan, John Wilson, John Archer, John Maxwell, Charles Lewis, Alexr. Boyd.
|1:172||MAY 23, 1773.||John Maxwell--a witness from Botetourt.
|||AUGUST 17, 1774.||Joseph Campbell, vice John Maxwell--road overseer. ||John Maxwell replaced as road overseer.
|Maxwell, Mary||42 1:42||AUGUST 29, 1750||Mary, wife of John Maxwell, relinquished dower in deed John M.--to Robt. Breckinridge.
|124 1:124||OCTOBER 16, 1765.|| Mary, wife of John Maxwell, private examination commission.
|Maxwell, Robert||135 1:135||MAY 23, 1767.||(118) Robert Maxwell--witness from Hampshire--80 miles.||No obvious connection to known lineages||
|Maxwell, Adley||2:373||May 19, 1738 ||Survey for Adley Maxwell, beginning ( ) against ye mouth of Linvell's Run, Black Walnut.||The given name probably should be "Audley".
||person:Audley Maxwell (9)
|Maxwell, James, ||2:24||SEPTEMBER, 1800 ||Commonwealth vs. James Maxwell--Appeal from Winchester District Court from judgment of conviction for receiving bribe for appointing Henry Bedinger Clerk of County Court of Berkley. Information filed 13th October, 1798. District composed of Frederick, Berkley and Shenandore.
"Not guilty." William Magowan went to Pennsylvania to recover a legacy
due his wife.
|2:86||C1805 ||Winn vs. Inglish's heirs--O. S. 48; N. S. 16. In 1771 Valentine Harmon took possession of a tract on Clinch River, in present Tazewell County and
raised a cabin on it. In 1773 he sold to orator William Winn (Wynn) by
writing executed September, 1800, acknowledged in Lincoln County, Ky.
Orator lived on the land from 1773 until Commissioners sat to adjust
titles, but a certain Wm. Inglish, since deceased, claimed the tract and
got a certificate by a survey made for the Loyal County, which claim
orator charges is fraudulent. Henry Harmon, Sr., had a son Henry Harmon,
Jr.; also a son Hezekiah Harmon. William Christian and Daniel Trigg, executors
of William Inglish; Abraham Trigg and Susannah, his wife, late Inglish;
Bird Smith and Rhoda, his wife, late Inglish; John Gills (Grills) and Mary,
his wife, late Inglish; John and Thomas Inglish, heirs and devisees of
William; Henry Harmon, Sr., answers 27th October, 1804, that Obadiah
Garwood made the first settlement in 1752. Henry was in the habit of
collecting the men and fighting the Indians. On his return from such an
expedition he called at his brother's (Valentine?), who lived near
complainant. One of his sons named Daniel was killed by Indians. Henry
Harman and Hezekiah Harman answer: In 1752 Obadiah Garwood and
his two sons, Noah and Samuel, came from the Northward and settled;
remained some time and then went to remove their families, but the Indian
War broke out and the country became untenable. Valentine Harman removed
to Kentucky about 1775-1776. William Inglish died in 1782 testate,
leaving the land to his daughter Susannah, wife of Abraham Trigg.
Jeremiah Pate deposes he helped the Garwoods improve the land. He says
they were Samuel and his two sons, Obadiah and Noah. Thomas Pierie
deposes 30th, May, 1805: Daniel Harman, Sr., is brother to Henry Harman,
Sr., and uncle to Henry Harman, Jr., and his father-in-law and uncle
to Hezekiah Harman. Jeremiah Pate, Sr., is a brother-in-law to Henry
Harman, Sr., and an uncle to Henry Harman, Jr. Thomas Pierie's son
married William Wynne's daughter.Col. James Maxwell deposes he went
to Clinch in 1772. John Peerey deposes. Jesiah Wynne, son of William,
deposes. Daniel Harman, Sr., deposes 30th May, 1805, that the spring he
moved to the head of Clinch; Valentine Harman lived on the plantation
where Henry Harman, Jr., now lives and Valentine sold to Wm. Wynne
for a mare, a horse and a wagon. Samuel Walker deposes 30th May, 1805:
In 1771 he came to the head of Clinch and met Valentine, who said he was
coming to it or this country to see after "some Harres that run Hear."
The following fall, deponent came again with Robert Moffitt. Shortly
afterwards two men came out, viz: John Stutler and Uriah Stone, and the
spring following, said Moffett moved his family out. Oliver Wynne
deposes, son of William. Lawrence Murry deposes that the spring after the
Chericee War he came into this country. William Wynne was in possession
that and the next year, and then his son-in-law Peter Edwards was
in possession 3 or 4 years, then Wynne occupied it one or two years, then
a cropper named John Ridgel (Rigdgel) occupied it. Daniel Harman, Sr.
(above), is brother of Henry Harman, Sr. Christopher Marrs, brother-in-law
of Wm. Wynne, deposes Jeremiah Pate, Sr., of Little River in Montgomery
County, is brother-in-law to Henry Harman, Sr., who is uncle to
Henry Harman, Jr. Henry Harman, Sr., had one of his sons killed,
skalped and massacred by the Indians in the attempt of settling the land
who left a wife and four young children. John Peery (Blacksmith) deposes
(there seem to have been two John Peerys).
|2:120||1807|| Maxwell vs. Pickens, &c.--O. S. 129; N. S. 45--Bill, 1807. Orator is James Maxwell of Tazewell County. In 1772 orator went from
Botetourt, where he lived, to present Tazewell County to make a
settlement. It was then a wilderness. He was in company with Samuel
Walker. Found a tract with some improvements, viz: The foundation
of a cabin, some rails split and some trees deadened. That night
they fell in with a party of hunters, among them Uriah Stone, who
claimed to have made the improvement, and orator purchased it, and
the same year moved his family there and lived until 1784. In that
time two of his daughters were killed by the Indians. William
Ingles set up claim to the land and devised it to his daughter
Rhoda, who married Bird Smith. Thomas Peery deposes in Tazewell
County in 1809, that in 1772, when deponent went to that country,
James Maxwell had made improvements on the lands and had corn
growing in May. In 1781 or '82 Indians murdered two of Maxwell's
daughters and Maxwell removed his family. James Peery deposes that
he went to Tazewell with Major Maxwell. John Peery deposes that
John Tollett moved from Georgia to New River. Thomas Witten deposes that he was on the
land in 1771. Samuel Walker is about to remove out of the country
and William Wynne is aged and infirm in 1807. Mathias Harman
deposes, 1809 that when he first came to this country the land in
dispute was called Ingles's Crabb orchard and there was an old
improvement on it. This was in 1760. Henry Marrs deposes that he
first knew Maxwell on the land in 1773 or 1774. About three weeks
after murder of Maxwell's daughters, two of Robert Moffitt's sons
were taken prisoners by Indians, and about a week after that the
family of Capt. Thomas Inglis was taken out of Burk's Garden by
Indians and depredations were committed until 1793. Daniel Harman,
Sr., deposes 22d June, 1809, that about 49 years ago he was on a
hunting expedition and camped on the land in dispute and took
shelter in a small cabin built there, said to be Inglis's. Col.
Inglis did not himself make the settlement, but it was made by his
uncle, John Inglis. Joseph Hix deposes as above, that 44 years ago
Col. Wm. Inglis told him that the land was his and he claimed it
under his uncle, John Ingles. Lawrence Murry deposes as above, that
33 years ago he was in Wright's Valley at Uriah Stone's cabin.
William Cecil deposes as above, that in or about 1771 he, in
company with his brother and father, was on the disputed land. Deed
dated 24th September, 1805, by John Tollett and Margaret of
Tazewell County to Thomas Pickens: 200 acres by survey in 1753 part
of Loyal Company's grant. Recorded in Tazewell, 24th September,
|Maxwell, John, ||2:97||1773|| Archibald Morrison, heir-at-law of Archibald Morrison, deceased, and Archibald Mains of Loudoun, vs. William Buchanan--O. S. 69; N. S. 23--
Bill filed in Ohio County 7th November, 1803. At a very early day, Isaac
McCracken improved a tract on Middle Wheeling Creek and sold it to
Archibald Morrison, Sr., who placed his brother William Morrison on it,
who resided there until 1776, when he was driven off by Indians. William
Buchanan, a brother-in-law of Archibald Morrison, deceased. Robert McCoy
deposes that he came to the Western country in spring of 1775. David
Hosack deposes that in May, 1773, he, with Archibald Morrison and five
others, came into present Ohio County, shortly after McCracken came.
Thomas Orr deposes he was acquainted with the land in September or
October, 1773. John Maxwell deposes he was present when the survey was
made. Samuel McConnell testifies McCracken's claim in 1773.
|2:454||21st November, 1767||Page 428.--Processioners appointed, viz: Hugh Crockett and Isaac
Taylor, from head of Roanoke to Fort Lewis. Edward Carvin and Nathaniel
Evans, from Fort Lewis down on Waters of Roanoke. Thomas McFerran,
James Moore, Jr., James Alcorn, Wm. Rolands, on waters of Cuttawba and
James River on South Side. James Simpson, John Maxwell, John Mitchell,
Jonathan Whitley, between Buffelow and James River. Joseph Lapsley,
Wm. Hall, Wm. Paxton, Saml. McClure, John Gilmer, Jonathan Cunningham,
between Buffelow and North River to the North Mountain. John
Lyle, David Gray, Wm. Caruthers, John Paul, from North River to Beveriey's
Line on South Side of Burden's land road that leads to John Paxton's.
William Kennady, Robt. Steel, Archibald Reach, William Reach, John
Thompson (James's son), Henry McClung, from North River to Beverley's
Line between the Great Road to the Court House by Cap. McDowell's and
to North Mountain. William McFeeters, Jr., George Berry, James Sawyers,
Jr., William Bell, Jr., from Burden's line to the Road that goes from
Staunton to Jenning's Gap on the North Side of Kennady's Road.
|2:455||18th March, 1768||Vestry met. William McElheny and Paul Whitley appointed processioners vice John Maxwell and Jonathan Whitley.
Robert Moor appointed processioner vice William Hall; Andw. Buchanan
appointed processioner vice Wm. Reach; Peter Evans appointed processioner
vice Nathl. Evans; John Anderson, Jr., appointed processioner vice John
Young, Jr.; James Belshey appointed processioner vice John Frazier; Jno.
Harrison Jr., appointed processioner vice John McDonnald; Alex. Hamilton
appointed processioner vice William Elliott, who is unfit through age
and infirmity. The processioners exempted above are such as have served
before or such as the Vestry judges unqualified.
Page 267.--1759: Processioners appointed, viz: John Maxwell, James
Trimble, Joshua Mathews, John Armstrong, on James River below road that
crosses North River at the Widow Allison's and westwardly to James River.
William Lusk, Alex. McClure, in Capt. Samuel McDowell's Company. John
Stevenson, Nathaniel Evins, in Capt. David Moore's Company.
|2:463||1760|| Processioned by James Trimble, John Maxwell, viz: For Joseph Lapsley (bad state health), for John Moore, for Robert Alexander,
for John Wiley, for James Campbell, for Patt Young, for Robert Moore,
for Joseph Walker, for John Smiley, for Abraham Brown, for Peter Wallace,
for Francis McCoun, for David Tilford, for Robert McKlehaney, for
William Hall, for George Campbell, for John Paxton, for Wm. Paxton, for
Alex. McKorkle, for James Campbell.
Processioned by Joshua Mathews and John Armstrong,
in Capt. John Maxwell's Company: For Michael Finney, for John Berryford,
for Pat Porter, for Wm. Haldman, for John Harger, for Arthur McClure,
for John Armstrong, for Paul Whitley, for Jonathan Whitley, for
James Todd, for James Davis, for John Poage, for James McGavock, for
John Maxwell, for Michael Dougherty, for John Mitchell, for James Gilmore,
for James Bates, for John McCallum, for Richard Woods, for Edward
Sharp, for Audley Paul, for Wm. Mathews, for Richard Mathews, for John
Augusta County Militia Roster. Capt. John Christian's List: John Christian, Captain; William Christian,
Lieutenant; Fran Betty, Ensign; Jhn. Holms, Josep Read, Finley McClewr,
George Camble, George Caldwell, Wm. Caldwell, Alex. Thompson, Jas.
Caldwell, Isaac McCulough, Jas. Armstrong, Wm. Armstrong, Thos.
Henderson, Wm. Henderson, Rob Conigham, Wm. Conigham, Thos. Black,
Wm. Johnston, Joh Davison, And. Cowin, Jas. Moody, Jas. Willson, Niol.
Leeper, Jno. Turk, Wm. Adams, David Mitchel, Rob. Ramsey, George
Breakinsed, John Mitchel, Jas. Fulton, John Fulton, John Brownlee, Chas.
Camble, Jas. Camble, Will Camble, Jno. Buchanan, Nathan McClewer, Jas.
Robinson, Antho Black, Will Long, Thos. Bell, Jas. Bell, Jno. Black, Wm.
Robinson, Thos. Shields, And. McCord, Thos. Beans, Arth. Hamilton, And.
Scott,John Maxwell, Pat. Barney, Alex. Brackinsedg, Rob. Brackinsedg,
James Brackinsedg, _____ McCoulough, Jas. Miler, Rob. McClenachan,
Jno. Doacke, Sam Doacke, Patt Hayes, And. Boyd, Jas. Black, Alex.
Fordice, David Steel, Moses Thompson, John Thompson, And. Russell, Rand
McDonel, Hug Martine, Joh Robinson, Jas. Beans, Rob. Alexander, Ths.
|Maxwell, Adley||283|| 1755||Same to Robert Craig, 178 acres in Beverley Manor; Cathey's River. Adley Maxwell, Robert Patterson's line. Delivered: Grizel Craig 4th July, 1755. Teste: William Thompson, Charles Campbell, Adam Thomson.||The given name probably should be "Audley". person: John Maxwell (88) is said to have had a son "Audley", listed on WeRelate as [[person:Audley Maxwell (7). That Audley, however, was not born until 1761 per most researchers. This Audley Maxwell is presumed to be in the line of John (88), but the relationship is unknown. Possibly a brother, not likely a son.||
|Maxwell, Alexander||152||28th March, 1778 ||John Stewart's estate appraised by Benj. Wilson, John Warrick--Vendue bill of above estate (Wm. Hamilton, administrator); 30th March, 1778, to sold to, viz: Benj. Abot, Alex. Maxwell.
|Maxwell, Jacob||177||28th September, 1786|| Philip (X) Olinger's will, farmer--To son, Jacob, 186 acres, home place; to wife, Juliana; to son, Stophel; to daughter. Barbara, and her son, John Palmer, infant; to daughter, Katharine; to grandson, Jacob Casner, infant, to be taught both Dutch and English, and to cypher, and a trade; to son, Philip, deed to be made for 148 acres he now lives on. Executors, Jacob Gabord and Augustine Argenbright. Teste: Jacob Maxwell, Wat. Cunningham, Frederick Hanger. Proved, April, 1787, by Cunningham and Hanger. Argenbright qualifies.
|Maxwell, John||25||8th February, 1752.|| Valuation of Robert Rennix' improvements on plantation, formerly called John Harrison's place, by John Maxwell,
Samuel Walker, John Smith.
|28||23d March, 1753. ||James Connerley's appraisement by Joseph Kennedy, John Maxwell, James Campbell. Vendue by George Breckinridge, administrator.
|33||15th March, 1754. ||Valuation of improvements on John Mathews' place in Forks of James River, by Jno. Poage, Jno. Maxwell, Jno. Hargar.
|36||8th May, 1754. ||Philip Chittam's inventory, by John Maxwell, Saml. Walker, Michael Dougherty. Note--(Spinning wheel in nearly all
|36||19th September, 1754.|| William Scot's (yeoman) bill of sale to John Maxwell (yeoman). Teste: Richard Borton, John Smith, Mathew Campbell.
|43||17th November. 1756.|| John Maxwell's bond (with John Ramsey) as guardian ( ) to John Campbell, orphan of Jno. Campbell.
|48||1st March, 1758. ||John Mathews' appraisement, by Alex. Beggs, Jno. Maxwell, James Simpson.
|64||18th August, 1761. ||Isaac Cunningham's appraisement, by Jno. Maxwell, Joseph Lapsely, Jno. Moore, Jno. Paxton.
1752; ||List of debtors to the estate of William Patton:John Maxwell
|78||18th August, 1761.|| Archibald Buchanan's bond (with Jno. Maxwell, Chas. Hays), as guardian (appointed) to Jno. McFerrin, orphan of James McFerrin.
|84||27th November, 1761||John Mathews' will, farmer--Wife, Ann, 2 gold rings made by Mr. John Hanna; son, Edward, infant, tract called Poplar Spring, and a negro man named Fryday; daughters, Lettis,
Jane, Ann, when 18; son, John, tract called Little Bottom; son, George, tract bought of John Maxwell. Executors, wife Ann and brothers Sampson
and George. Teste: Wm. Patton, Joseph Gamwell, Richard Wilson. Proved, 22d March, 1764, by the witnesses. Ann is dead; other executors
qualify, with Jno. Madison, Thos. Stewart.
|261||19th August, 1747||. John Anderson to John Hogshead, £9 current money Virginia; 270 acres patented, 1st December, 1740, to Jno. Anderson. Teste: Thos. Lewis, John Maxwell, James Hogshead. Acknowledged by John, and dower released by Jane, his wife, 19th Auagust 1747.
|263||18th August, 1747.|| Francis Beaty to Andrew Alexaner, £25 current money Virginia; 158 acres in Beverley Manor; corner to Robert Wilson's land; corner to Thomas Shield's land; Thomas Brown's line Teste: John Maxwell, James Hamilton, Michael Dickey. Acknowledged by Francis, 19th August, 1747, and wife Martha releases dower.
|271||25th May, 1748.||George Robinson, gent., to Stephen Rentfrow; cor. John Buchanan. Teste: Jno. Ramsey, James Miller, Jr., Jno.
|273||-5th April, 1749. ||William Beverley to John Maxwell. Patented to Beverley, et als. (Beverley Manor grant, 6th Sept., 1736). Conveyed to Beverley by deed recorded in Secretary's office of Colony. Borden's Road. 439 acres.
|277||27th February, 1749. ||John Maxwell to Andrew Johnston, merchant, 218-1/2 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner John Madison. Corner John Maxwell. Teste: Alexander Wright, William Hamilton, Adam Breckenridge.
|284||2d March, 1749. ||Same to Wm. Preston, 334 acres in Beverley Manor. In Beverley Manor, John Maxwell's line; Col. Lewis' line
|287||28th August. 1750.|| John Maxwell to Robert Breckinridge, in Beverley Manor, Wm. Bev; corner Andrew Johnston, 28th August, 1750,
219-1/2 acres in Beverley Manor, part of 439 conveyed to John by Beverley.
|289||30th August, 1750||. Erwin Patterson to John Maxwell, 831 acres between Mill Creek and Ann Sally Hill
|292||27th February, 1750-51||William Preston to George Campbell and Saml. Tencher, 215 acres on head of Gr. Calfpasture. Teste:
James Caldwell, John Bigham, John Maxwell.
|297||1st June, 1751. ||William Preston to Alexander Wright, merchant, 334 acres in Beverley Manor; John Lewis's line; Maxwell's line.
Teste: Henry Murray, Robert Scott.
|317||16th August, 1753. ||John Maxwell and Mary to John Mathews, Jr., 381 acres on a branch of Mill Creek; Ann Salling's hill. Sold to John by Ewin Patterson, 1750. Delivered: James Lockhart, June, 1757.
|318||-21st November, 1753||. Thomas Williams to John Mathews, Jr., 65 acres on North Branch James opposite Ann Sally's land. Delivered to John Mathews, son of Richard, 6th March, 1773. Teste: John Maxwell, Jno. Sprott, Joshua Mathews.
|343||16th August, 1756. ||John Mathews Sr. (Jr ?), and Anne ( ) to Richard Mathews, £10, 300 acres in Forks of James upon Mill Creek, joining George Mathews. Jno. Maxwell's line, cor. Jno. Mathews,
Sr. Teste: Jno. Mathews. Jr., Geo. Trout, Ann Mathews, Jr. Delivered: James Lockhart, June, 1757.
|343||16th August, 1756.|| John Mathews, Sr., gent., and Ann to George Mathews, £10, 300 acres in Forks of James on Mill Creek, joining Jno. Poage. John Maxwell's line, cor. Richard Mathews.
|346||26th November, 1755. ||Francis ( ) McCown and Margret ( ) to Jno. Maxwell (delivered Wm. McGee, May, 1764), £65, 250 acres on a branch of Cedar Creek, a branch of James River, at a place called the
Timber Plain; cor. Jno. Poage's land; cor. Francis McCown. Teste: Hugh McConwell, Ro. Renick.
|350||17th November. 1757.|| Jno. Poage to Jno. Maxwell, £100, 238 acres on James River. Delivered: Wm. McKee, May, 1764.
|363||21st August, 1760. ||Robert Breckinridge and Lettice to Alexander Gibson, £160, 219-1/2 acres in Beverley Manor, part of 439
granted to John Maxwell and 219-1/2 conveyed to Robert by John; cor.
Andrew Johnson. Delivered: Alex. Gibson, May, 1761.
|434||15th October, 1765.|| John Davis, son and heir of Nathaniel Davis, deceased, and Sarah Davis, relict of Nathaniel to Moses Cavet, £36, 115 acres by patent, 30th August, 1763, on Bufflo Creek. Teste: John Maxwell, Audly Paul, George Wilson. Delivered: Samuel McNabb, June, 1779, by order.
|434||16th October, 1765.|| John Maxwell and Mary to Benj. Estill,£250, 238 acres on main branch of James River. Delivered: Jas. Poage, per order, December, 1775.
|443||19th August, 1766||. George Mathews and Ann to John and James Wilson. £130, 300 acres, part of 1600 acres patented to John Mathews, on Mill Creek in Forks of James River, joining John Poage's land, Mr. Mathews' patent line; John Maxwell's line; corner Richard Mathews. Delivered: John Anderson by order of James Wilson.
|447||9th September, 1766.|| John Moffete, Robert Moffette and Jean to John Buchanan, gent., £40, 170 acres, part of 340 acres made over to John and Robert by Samuel McDowell, 18th August, 1764; corner Robert Moffette in Samuel Walker's line, corner Robert Moffette in James McGavock's line. Teste: John Maxwell, John Taylor, Alex. Walker.
|469||5th March, 1768. ||John Hall and Mary to James McGavock and John Maxwell, £50, 45 acres of Cedar Creek in Forks of James; corner William Hall, Jr., William Poage's line; corner David Cloyd. Delivered: Hugh Brawford, May, 1778.
|488|| Page 587.--7th August, 1769.|| Patrick ( ) Wilson to William McClenachan, mortgage, £36.6.2, on James River, George Poage's line, purchased by Patrick of Malcomb Allen by deed, 9th March, 1760. Teste: John Maxwell, Audly Paul, James Neelly, John Buchanan, William Hall. Delivered: William McClenachan, August, 1770.
|Mary||317||Page 439.--16th August, 1753.|| John Maxwell and Mary to John Mathews, Jr., 381 acres on a branch of Mill Creek; Ann Salling's hill. Sold to John by Ewin Patterson, 1750. Delivered: James Lockhart, June, 1757.
|434|| Page 315.--16th October, 1765. ||John Maxwell and Mary to Benj. Estill,£250, 238 acres on main branch of James River. Delivered: Jas. Poage, per order, December, 1775.